Web/Chrome: Whether you're saving inspirational quotes for later or doing some light research, Quotationr is a fast, free and flexible way to grab bits of text from around the web and save them to your account for future reference. Mark them public or private, tag them to keep them organised and come back later. Quotationr is interesting largely because it's new, free and superbly simple. It doesn't do anything you can't already accomplish with tools like Evernote or OneNote, especially if you're already using one of those apps, but if you're not or you're intimidated by the sheer number of features they have, Quotationr keeps it simple and elegant.
You can copy/paste items into your account manually, but the app's real strength comes from installing the Chrome extension. You can tell the add-on to pop up every time you select text or wait for you to click it, but in every case once you do you can tag it, set your "quote" to be public or private and save it to your account in one or two clicks. From there, you can log in to your account to see everything you've saved. That's pretty much it.
Quotationr is free — at least for starters — so you can see if you like it and it works for you. An "unlimited" account will set you back a whopping $US0.03 a day, or about $US1 ($1.32)/mo. If you sign up for a whole year, you'll get a break and only pay $US9 ($12). Not bad for something simple, useful and independent, but give it a shot before you drop the cash to see if you like it.